Tuesday, 03 October 2023

31 Listings in Neoclassical Buildings

Voulgari Kountouriotou, Hydra Island, Attica, Greece 18040
This manor house is one of the most impressive buildings on Hydra Island. It was built at the end of the 18th century, in the time of the maritime prosperity of the island. Lazaros Koundouriotis was one of the most important personalities of Hydra. ...more
Panepistimiou 26, Akadimia, Athens, Attica, Greece 10672
The neoclassical building that houses the Ophthalmology Clinic of Athens is a rare example of romantic structure of Byzantine style in the country. It's located on Panepistimiou Street and was built by the famous architect, Christian Hansen. ...more
Lofos Nymphon , Thissio, Athens, Attica, Greece 11810
The National Observatory of Athens (NOA), located atop the historic Hill of the Nymphs in the area of Thissio, is the first research center in the country and was inaugurated in 1846 by Baron Georgios Sinas, a Greek consul in Vienna and national ...more
Leof. Vasilissis Sofias & Irodotou, Kolonaki, Athens, Attica, Greece 10674
The Stathatos Mansion is located on Vassilissis Sofias Avenue at the intersection with Herodotus Street. Built in 1895 as the residence of Otto and Athinas Stathatos, it is the work of the German architect and painter Ernst Ziller and one of the most ...more
Panepistimiou 32, Akadimia, Athens, Attica, Greece 10679
The National Library (Vallianeios Mansion) is part of Athenian Trilogy located in the block that is formed by the streets Eleftherios Venizelos Street (Panepistimiou), Akadimias Street and Ippokratous Street. It is the work of Theophilus Hansen and ...more
Panepistimiou 30, Akadimia, Athens, Attica, Greece 10678
The University of Athens is the oldest building of the "Athenian Trilogy" (built during 1839 and 1864) and was designed by the Danish architect Christian Hansen, older brother of Theophilus Hansen. In front of the Propylaia are the statues of ...more
Panepistimiou 12, Syntagma, Athens, Attica, Greece 10671
The neoclassical building of Iliou Melathron was designed and built in 1878 by Ernst Ziller, intended to be the home of german archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann, who was doing excavations in Troy (Ilium). Today it houses the Numismatic Museum of ...more
Patision 42, Exarcheia, Athens, Attica, Greece 10682
Established in 1836 as the “Royal School of Arts” and functioned as a public school for technical training. It quickly became known as the Polytechnic University (or Polytecnio). In 1887, it was promoted to a Higher Education Institute (A.E.I.) ...more
Karagiorgi Servias 1, Syntagma, Athens, Attica, Greece 10563
Pallis Mansion was refurbished to replace the 2-story 1845 residence of the prestigious Pallis family, the new manor in Syntagma Square, on the corner of Karageorgi Servias Street, was built in 1910–1911 based on designs by the esteemed Metaxas ...more
Agiou Konstantinou 22, Omonoia, Athens, Attica, Greece 10437
The National Theater of Greece was built during 1895 and 1901 by the German architect, Ernst Ziller, who designed it imitating the National Theater of Vienna and the National Library in Athens (for the composition of the façade). ...more
Koumbari 1, Kolonaki, Athens, Attica, Greece 10674
The Harokopos Mansion is one of the most stunning neoclassical-style buildings in the city center, across from the National Garden and the Hellenic Parliament. It was converted into a museum order to house the collections of Benaki Family. ...more
Leof. Vasilissis Olgas, Zappeio, Athens, Attica, Greece 10557
The outstanding architecture alone makes this an excellent venue for cultural, scientific, and sporting exhibitions and conferences. The 4,500 square meters of space is fully equipped with the latest technology and tailored to the most challenging ...more